As requested by @vishop_, today's rate the comic book artist segment features J.H. Williams III. Known for the gorgeous surreal aesthetic of his art and somewhat a being more abstract than your usual Big Two comic book artist, Williams was worked alongside writer Alan Moore on the philosophical (among its comic books peers at the time of its publishing) fantasy book known as Promethea. He's also been known for depicting the stories of Batwoman before and after the events of Flashpoint, even co-writing her title in the New 52.
However, my favorite work of his is personally Neil Gaiman's The Sandman: Overture, where his surreal and detailed story telling truly shined in the fantastical Sandman universe depicting the titular character's last adventure prior to being weakened and captured by a cult in the original run.
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